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: CBBC: Arthur

: CBBC: The Demon Headmaster: 4/6

Series three. Michael continues to search for his father.

: CBBC: DIY TV

: CBeebies: Be Safe with the Tweenies

Playing near ponds.

: CBeebies: Muffin the Mule

A hoard of treasure saves the day.

: CBeebies: Boo!

At a playgroup.

: CBeebies: Balamory

Suzie is playing cymbals in the orchestra.

Contributors

Writer: Davey Moore

: My Wife & Kids

Mom's Away 2/2. Michael is not happy with the way Junior's new high-school basketball team-mates treat him. <R)

: Trade Secrets

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 Around Scotland (ages 10-12) 9430534 10.50 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11)

: The Flying Gardener

A double bill that visits Somerset, Devon and Worcestershire. Hosted by Chris Beardshaw.

: The Daily Politics:Conference Special

Day-two coverage of the Labour Party's annual conference, live from Brighton. Presented by Andrew Neil and Sally Magnusson. Continues at 2pm. BBC Parliament live coverage from 10.45am

Contributors

Presented By: Andrew Neil
Presented By: Sally Magnusson.

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
1.00 Pod's Mission (ages 7-9) Double bill.

: Working Lunch

Business news with Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles.

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Shaw
Unknown: Adrian Chiles.

: The Daily Politics: Leader's Speech

Prime Minister Tony Blair delivers his keynote address in Brighton. Andrew Neil and Sally Magnusson gauge reaction from delegates and back at Westminster. BBC Parliament live coverage from 2.15pm

Contributors

Speaker: Tony Blair
Presenter: Andrew Neil
Presenter: Sally Magnusson

: Ready Steady Cook

Sailing adventurers Rona Cant and Andy Dare challenge Lesley Waters and Ross Burden to inspire with culinary delights. RECIPES: available on Ceefax page or via www.bbc.co.uk/food

Contributors

Unknown: Rona Cant
Unknown: Andy Dare
Unknown: Lesley Waters
Unknown: Ross Burden

: Weakest Link

Caustic quiz.

: Flog It!

The King's School in Gloucester is today's venue.
Adam Partridge and Philip Serrel offer expert opinions on a variety of antiques and collectibles brought in by the public, and presenter Paul Martin examines the art of the mosaic in Gloucestershire.

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Partridge
Presenter: Paul Martin

: People's War

3/6. London Calling. It's the end of the Second World War, and two London families tell of their contrasting experiences. Despite heavy bombing in the capital the Mitchell family lived an idyllic life, but just a few miles away the Moores tell a very different story. Producer Grant Pollard ; Series producer Ian Cundall
First shown on BBC1 Greater London

Contributors

Producer: Grant Pollard
Producer: Ian Cundall

: Bill Oddie's How to Watch Wildlife

3/8. Yorkshire. The Dales in mid-summer form the backdrop as Bill visits a public watch-point for nesting peregrines, offers tips on identifying British deer and searches for a mysterious bloodsucking fish.
Producer Nigel Bean ; Series producer Stephen Moss

Contributors

Producer: Nigel Bean
Producer: Stephen Moss

: Mastermind

The life and career of Bishop John William Colenso , the Anne novels of LM Montgomery, European birds and the work of Galton and Simpson are tonight's specialist subjects. Presented by John Humphrys. Director Derek Hallworth ; Series producer Pam Cavannagh
www.bbc.co.uk/mastermind

Contributors

Unknown: John William Colenso
Presented By: John Humphrys.
Director: Derek Hallworth
Producer: Pam Cavannagh

: What the Ancients Did for Us

7/9. The Greeks. The golden age of Greek civilisation produced a series of inventions that have had a profound impact on the technology that's still in use today. Adam Hart-Davis finds out just what we all owe to the inventiveness of the time.
Series producer Ian Potts (Revised repeat)

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis
Producer: Ian Potts

: Arena: No Direction Home: Bob Dylan

2/2 Martin Scorsese delicately balances Dylan's internal world with signpost images from the external as he follows the newsworthy phenomenon of a 23-year-old star laden with expectations - from the old left to become a political activist, and from the media to articulate the concerns of America's youth. But Dylan was already on the move, finding a new musical vocabulary with which to capture the complexity of a seismic cultural shift, injecting a heightened sense of poetry into his writing and committing the crime of adding electricity to his music. By 1966 Dylan's personal world had become a never-ending journey of touring and press conferences - with no direction home.
...Sings Dylan can be seen at 10.30pm on BBC4;
Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: Feel like Going Home is Friday at 11.35pm
Documenting Dylan: p14;
Phill Jupitus on Dylan: p40

Contributors

Director: Martin Scorsese

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Tales from Europe: BBC4 on BBC2

3/8. Slovakia. Often overshadowed by its larger neighbour the Czech Republic, Kirsty Wark finds world champion ice-hockey players, a vibrant music scene and tensions surrounding the Roma community. Director Kathryn Ross ; Producer Eispeth O'Hare

Contributors

Unknown: Kirsty Wark
Director: Kathryn Ross
Producer: Eispeth O'Hare

: Family Ties: BBC4 on BBC2

3/10. Lord Longford's Love Child. Mysterious payments to illegitimate children, aristocratic sex and marriage are all pondered by the eighth Lord Longford. Series producer Peter Gordon ; Exec producer Simon Ford

Contributors

Producer: Peter Gordon
Producer: Simon Ford

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 AS Guru: Biology 1 Biological molecules, organs and systems and ecology. 50567 4.00 AS Guru: Biology 2 Cell biology, genetics and biotechnology.








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